Tucson took the first steps in closing its $33 million budget gap for next year by tentatively approving what could amount to $4.8 million in transit savings and fare increases.
The Tucson City Council this week is set to again take on the challenge of improving Sun Tran’s finances.
Downtown bus riders have spoken, and they want better restrooms.
Tucson’s Sun Tran bus service is in a financial bind because its fares are too low and it provides more service for the disabled at too low a cost, a panel of outside experts who evaluated the system found.
The past year was one of rebuilding streets and expanding public transportation. But it also included a deadly pedestrian tally.
Those attending the Fourth Avenue Street Fair this week will able to get up close and personal with the OG of Sunlink's Modern Streetcar fleet.
Despite having no violent history, the prosecutor said the defendant was still guilty of murdering his longtime girlfriend.
PHOENIX — In a case with statewide implications, a lawyer for the city of Phoenix argued to the Court of Appeals Tuesday that governments can decide to allow ads for condoms and contraceptives on bus shelters and benches, while denying access to candidates or controversial causes.
It might not catch your eye, but the city of Tucson is testing new features at a bus stop along Irvington Road near Interstate 19.
Riding for free on a Sun Tran bus will end for good on Monday.
Anyone who regularly uses the bus probably has at least one good story to tell.
A proposal to eliminate the low-income rate for Sun Van used by many with a serious developmental or physical disability has been rejected.
The vans start pulling into the parking lot below Patrick McCarthy’s second-floor office window about 2:30 every afternoon.
Let’s celebrate the arrival of the Tucson streetcar.
The cost of implementing the mandatory new fare cards known SunGo is still not known, nearly two months after the problem-plagued system was put in place.
There were two things not in dispute during the second public hearing for the Sun Van rate increase held at the nonprofit Beacon Group on Tuesday.
A group called Moms Demand Action marched from East 10th Street to North Euclid Avenue and along East Sixth Street on Wednesday to the bus stop at Sixth and North Third Avenue, where they boarded a bus to the downtown Ronstadt Transit Center. They were protesting because Sun Tran allows guns…
About a dozen people boarded a Sun Tran bus Wednesday morning, armed with children, signs and strollers, in attempt to call attention to their opposition to Arizona gun laws.
A group of moms is taking its strollers to the streets today to protest a state law prohibiting cities from banning firearms on public transportation.
Sun Tran officials believe that by late next week they will have finally fixed all the glitches in their new fare-card system known as SunGO.